Published: Thu, December 27, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

DJ Swearinger ignored instructions to stop criticizing coaches

DJ Swearinger ignored instructions to stop criticizing coaches

"I probably watch more film than the coaches", Swearinger said.

Gruden had said in a conference call Sunday with reporters that he was "quite disappointed" in Swearinger.

The 27-year-old Swearinger, who played for the Cardinals in 2015-16, seemed pleased to be back in Phoenix, and Cardinals coach Steve Wilks is happy to unexpectedly add a player of his talent and intensity off waivers.

A source told ESPN that the decision to release Swearinger was easy because he had been warned several times about his critical remarks about the team.

Everyone knew a contender like the Kansas City Chiefs had very little hope for actually getting to claim safety D.J. Swearinger, and on Tuesday it was made official. Put my heart in this to give them what I can give them. I feel like if we look at the quarterback with all this time we've got on the back end, man, we can dominate every team, every week. Per Pro Football Focus, Swearinger has allowed 28 catches on 45 targets for 382 yards (207 after the catch), two touchdowns and four interceptions. "Me and the coaches, we had a good relationship". Swearinger is under contract through the 2019 season.

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"I don't stand in front of you guys (in the media) and throw coaches or players under the bus".

It's quite possible Swearinger could make his debut in a Cardinals helmet instead as a Pro Bowler, as NBC Sports confirmed with the National Football League office he would wear an Arizona helmet if he's needed. He was selected as a Pro Bowl alternate.

He started 12 of 16 games for the Cards in 2016, making three interceptions, five tackles for loss and two sacks. "He would quickly understand that and if he has an issue, that's where that accountability comes in, players and coaches". "I don't have a problem with his opinion, but we're not going to air that opinion outside the building".

November 12, 2017: Swearinger picks off Vikings quarterback Case Keenum twice, for his first two interceptions as a Redskin and the first multi-interception game of his career, in the team's 38-30 loss to Minnesota.

TEMPE, Ariz. - On his first day of his second stint with the Arizona Cardinals, safety D.J.

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